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With your donation of $35 to the Food Bank of the Golden Crescent, you can provide 280 meals to hungry children, families, or elderly individuals in need. Everyone benefits anytime anyone is able to help. Donate today and make a lasting impact forever.

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With your donation of $35 to the Food Bank of the Golden Crescent, you can provide 280 meals to hungry children, families, or elderly individuals in need. Everyone benefits anytime anyone is able to help. Donate today and make a lasting impact forever.

At the Food Bank of the Golden Crescent, you can always be a Hunger Superhero! Watch our video below to learn more about ways you can help make a difference right here within your community. You never know who you could help! 

The Food Bank of the Golden Crescent has been helping heal the hurt of hunger for those neighbors in need facing food insecurity for over 35 years. The FBGC has grown immensely from the efforts of the community and quickly became the support system for various agencies within the 11 county service area of Calhoun, Colorado, DeWitt, Goliad, Gonzales, Jackson, Lavaca, Matagroda, Refugio, Wharton and Victoria. Present in a 9,963 square mile service area, the FBGC is able to provide solutions to the needs of hungry children, families and seniors through nutrition education, advocacy, food distribution and strategic partnerships. We hope to grow our service areas with your help!

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Your donation can help anyone hungry feel full, less alone, and that there are people out there that care.

$15 = 120 MEALS

$35 = 280 MEALS

$50 = 400 MEALS

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Families and Struggles Alike:
Everyone Deserves to Eat

Meet Anne Lee, farmer, mother, and devoted wife. It’s no surprise that family farmers within America have had a tough time since before the pandemic. In fact, most farmers have had to sell milk for less than the cost to actually produce it–this has been an ongoing problem since 2015. Anne Lee’s family was caught in a downward spiral in 2019 as the money they were making from dairy cows wasn’t nearly enough to keep food on their table and for the first time, they realized they would need a little extra help. Anne and her family decided to turn to a local food pantry.

“My mom’s voice kept going through my head,” Anne shares. “Take the helping hand when you need it and give back when you don’t.’ The pantry changed everything for us.” The pantry was able to help Anne and her husband feed themselves and their three children.

As they didn’t have to worry about food during this time, they shifted their focus to changing operations on their farm, and with the introduction of their butcher shop to the farm, they have now been able to support themselves without any help for the first time in over a year. Anne shares, “We wouldn’t be where we are today without the pantry. The least we can do is give back to say thanks.”

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There are always an unlimited number of volunteer opportunities for those who are looking to give back to every community in a big way. You can contribute to our mission in multiple ways if you are unable to attend the Food Bank or donate financially.